Bootcamps can be tough — maybe everyone is drinking to forget? We’re not really sure why, but one study shows that on days when people exercise, they tend to drink more.

 

Although there's arguably a time and a place for high-alcohol beverages, for those days when you'd like to have a drink ? or three ? and still function, it's best to go slow and steady on the booze. I

 

Mixing pain relievers with booze is never a great decision. Alcohol doesn’t just get you drunk, it affects your entire body, and when combined with medicines, it can cause some adverse reactions.

 

While beer seems like maybe the simplest thing you can drink, the different kinds of beers, what goes into them, how they?re served and how to enjoy them best is actually quite complex. If you?ve ever

 

Beer maker Grupo Modelo is combating plastic waste by doing away with the brand?s six-pack rings. A more eco-friendly design called ?Fit Packs? is being tested to take the plastic rings? place. Instea

 

This brunch-y beverage is super easy to make ? it needs just two ingredients ? and is a great alternative to the traditional mimosa. Instead of prosecco or Champagne, this adult beverage gets its bubb

 

Everyone’s morning routine is different. Some people like to wake up at the crack of dawn and check things off their to-do list. Others like to sleep in till the last minute and roll right out of bed and off to work. But no matter your morning, if you’re hungry you should eat breakfast. And before breakfast, there’s one thing you definitely should prioritize: drinking water.

 

Lemonade may seem like the perfect summer drink, but for years, fans have been improving it at home by adding a splash (or a giant glug) of Sprite to a glass (or pitcher). Now fans of this sweet-tart

 
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Guinness is the king of Irish beers. Centuries after it first launched in Dublin, it has become a staple of the bar scene in more than 150 countries worldwide. Across the pond in the U-S-of-A, it?s ha

 

Quite a few foods and drinks are named for places, but the relationship can often grow faint.

 
 
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